The entry bridge offers the perfect vantage point for a scene-setting tableau of art, architecture and family: 11-year-old Max stands watch in the glass portico connecting the garage to the home, anchored by a collage by homeowner Daryl Russinovich’s father. (Benjamin Benschneider/The Seattle Times)
The entry bridge to Mark and Daryl Russinovich's Hunts Point home offers a scene-setting tableau of art, architecture and family: 11-year-old Max stands watch in the glass portico connecting the garage to the home, anchored by a collage by Daryl's father. (Benjamin Benschneider/The Seattle Times)
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A distinctive home showcases collections with meaningful connections

A Hunts Point house was designed around artwork, including treasured pieces by homeowner Daryl Russinovich’s 89-year-old father.  VIEW